Issue: 19431011

Monday, October 11, 1943
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Aviation News
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0001.xml
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Howard Aircraft Corporation
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Howard AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
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THE AVIATION NEWS
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Washington Observer
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McNUTT AND AIRCRAFT WAR PRODUCTION COUNCIL—The name of the National Aircraft War Production Council came up at the news conference of War Manpower Commissioner McNutt. What, asked McNutt, is the Aircraft War Production Council? Never heard of it.
AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0003.xml
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Hansen Mfg. Co.
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Hansen MFG. CO.
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0004.xml
tableOfContents
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Aviation News
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0005.xml
masthead
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Masthead
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0006.xml
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Advertisement
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0007.xml
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Ethyl Corporation
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ETHYL CORPORATION
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0008.xml
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Headline News Section
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President Favors Private Oversea Airlines, But No Pact Is Imminent
Press conference statement indicates even tentative conclusions with England have not been reached.
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BLAINE STUBBLEFIELD
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0009.xml
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Headline News Section
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Hedgehogs Out
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0010.xml
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Headline News Section
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Le Page Tells CAB of Helicopter's Future
Aircraft executive convinced of vast potentialities as air vehicle
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BARBARA FREDERICK
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0011.xml
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Headline News Section
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Chicago & Southern Asks for Rio Route
Northeast asks okay on purchase of Mayflower Airlines.
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Headline News Section
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Air-Rail Express Up
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0013.xml
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Bell Pledges Aircraft Industry Will Meet Army’s Demand for Planes
President of National Council replies to Lovett’s warning that firm’s task is "unprecedented in this or any other country.
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Coast Plane Plants Rush Tests of Variety of Helicopter Plans
Development of jet propulsion, increase of speeds to 300 mph., high-lift and small-size models sought in at least 26 projects.
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SCHOLER BANGS
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0015.xml
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Headline News Section
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British Air Units Reverse Lend-Lease
Priorities used for war freight on returning transports.
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<p>British Overseas Airways Corp. and the RAF are working a reverse lend-lease type of operation by bringing materials on transport planes returning from war missions, according to W. W. Brinckerhoff, chief, International Air Transport Division of the Office of Economic Warfare, soon to be under the new and enlarged Office of Foreign Economic Administration.</p>
AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0016.xml
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Truman Group Cold to Willow Run Probe
Ford cites production gains in reply to union demand for inquiry.
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0017.xml
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Headline News Section
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OWI Reveals Work of Anti-Sub Command
Little-publicized AAF group plays big role in rescue of victims.
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Headline News Section
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Monro Cites Danger of "Big 4” Monopoly
Sees "Economic Unbalance” In Control of Air Business by Few Lines.
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Von Hake Resigns
C. S. Gross becomes Lockheed vice-president, general manager.
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Lockheed Aircraft Corp. dropped a top executive in announcing the “retirement” on Oct. 1 of Richard A. Von Hake, vice-president in charge of manufacturing. Said Robert E. Gross, Lockheed president: “For several months Richard Von Hake and I have been discussing his desire to retire from the company Jan. 1, 1944, and plans had been definitely made for his retirement on that date.
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Air War
COMMENTARY
Late Model Zeros Lend New Life to Much Battered Jap Air Force
Marked improvement in Nipponese aviation equipment reported by Pacific observers; more powerful motors and armor protection give enemy formidable defense.
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There are many straws in the wind which indicate that a fresh critical appraisal of the Japanese Air Force is very much in order. At the recent War Department conference of industry, labor and newspaper leaders, Maj. Gen. George V. Strong, Assistant Chief of Staff, Military Intelligence (G-2), made a statement which must have surprised most of his listeners:
AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0021.xml
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Aircraft Production
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Manufacturers Study 3-Point Plan to Ease Plane Manpower Shortage
Heads of 15 leading firms ask U. S. to put teeth in certificates of availability rule; continuous draft deferment and return to industry of vital workers asked.
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<p>Fifteen leading aircraft company presidents, meeting in Washington, recommended three voluntary cooperative steps which possibly would solve and certainly would relieve the pinch of manpower shortage, greatest production problem.</p>
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Aircraft Production
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Truman Reports New Progress at Lockland
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0023.xml
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Aircraft Production
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Lockland Rebound
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0024.xml
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Aircraft Production
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Stout Says Plants Could Shift to Mass Auto Output After War
Urges "economy of speed" in development of freight transports; forecasts an air flivver man in street can buy and operate.
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SCHOLER BANGS
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0025.xml
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F. W. Stewart Mfg. Corporation
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F. W. STEWART MFG. CORPORATION
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0026.xml
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Aircraft Production
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Harmony Is Keynote at Capital Sessions
Joint action at National Council talks shows industrial teamwork.
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SCOTT HERSHEY
The aircraft industry has demonstrated to its critics outside and to skeptics within that it is capable of setting aside individual differences and working together as a unit in the solution of its mutual problems for the common good. The recent meeting in Washington of top executives of the member companies of the National Aircraft War Production Council is a case in point.
AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0027.xml
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Aircraft Production
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Chamber Members to Vote on Changes
New name, three-year budget, and new membership classes studied.
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Aircraft Production
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Plane Output Shows Unit Loss; Weight Up
September figures show continuation of trend toward heavier models.
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MARY PAULINE PERRY
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0029.xml
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Aircraft Production
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Compressibility Is Designers’ Bugaboo
Engineer of Chance Vought Division, at SAE meeting, sees future for propeller-equipped aircraft.
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Aircraft Production
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AAF Asks Simpler Warplane Designs
Head of Air Service Command tells SAE members of Army needs.
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0031.xml
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Aeronautical Products, Inc.
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AERONAUTICAL PRODUCTS, INC.
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0032.xml
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Aircraft Production
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Airlines Urge Caution in Granting Permits for Feeder, Pickup Routes
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The airlines came into the Civil Aeronautics Board’s hearings last week to urge that it proceed cautiously in granting certificates for local, feeder and pickup service, while they agreed unanimously that such service is needed. A sentiment echoed by other witnesses was expressed by Lee Talman, executive vice-president of TWA, when he said establishment of local service seemed to be economically feasible, but should be done “on a sound basis, not a hysterical stampede.”
AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0033.xml
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York Electric Tool Co.
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YORK ELECTRIC TOOL CO.
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0034.xml
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Personnel
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The Assistant Secretary of War for Air, Robert A. Lovett, has presented the air medal to Mrs. Richard A. McMakin, whose husband, former Consolidated Vultee flight supervisor, was killed May 10 in a plane crash near San Diego. The medal was awarded in honor of McMakin’s survey of the flight route to Australia now being flown by Consairway for the Army.
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Transport
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United and American Export Back Conflicting Foreign Route Policies
W. A. Patterson letter to CAB urges single company operation of international line; Coverdale cites need of free competition under government regulation.
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MERLIN MICKEL
The controversy over whether one company or several shall fly international routes was enlivened last week when a domestic carrier— United Air Lines—came out in favor of one-line international operation, while American Export Airlines, already flying the ocean, supported the free and open competition recommended by 16 domestic airlines.
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Transport
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Oceanic Air Traffic Won’t Permit Stiff Competition, Patterson Says
Recommends legislation to forbid most lines from entering overwater service; says cooperative action may be best.
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W. A. Patterson, president of United Air Lines, has reported to the Civil Aeronautics Board that after thorough study of international air traffic possibilities, United cannot see how the limited market that may be expected to develop can support the open competition advocated by other domestic airlines.
AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0037.xml
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Transport
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Mechanics’ Wages Hit Stalemate
National Railway Labor Panel chairman turns down pleas for higher pay.
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0038.xml
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Transport
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ATA Forms 3 Groups to Tackle Problems
Development, economic and research committees organized.
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0039.xml
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Transport
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Need for Separate Air Department Cited
Formation of strong U.S. group asked by Grover Loening, WPB aircraft consultant.
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With applications on file for nearly twice as many miles of new air routes as there is railroad mileage in the United States, the country should use the breathing spell given civil aeronautics by the war to create a “sound centralized governmental organization” to cope with postwar problems of the air industry.
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Financial
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Future Aircraft Earnings Not Likely to Be Reflected in Dividend Increases
Companies expected to continue policy of building up reserves or ploughing income back into business for future expansion.
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ROGER WILCO
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Interstate Plans Loan
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Financial
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Low Working Capital Is Industry Problem
Would constitute real hazard in case of sudden conversion need, Harvard study shows.
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Long Assembly Line
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30-Minute Engine Changes Disclosed
C. L. Johnson of Lockheed tells SAE of big time savings with right equipment available.
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0045.xml
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Ryan Votes on Board
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Financial
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Industry Efficiency
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Editorial
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Forecasting for Aviation
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Editorial
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The AAF on Tour
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ROBERT H. WOOD
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0050.xml
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Grand Rapids Industries, Inc.
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grand Rapids INDUSTRIES, Inc.
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AviationWeek_19431011_0001_011_0051.xml
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The Timken Roller Bearing Company
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THE TIMKEN ROLLER BEARING COMPANY
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